Located where the mighty North and South Thompson rivers meet is the city of Kamloops - the largest city in the Thompson-Nicola region. JR Drilling has drilled for many large commercial projects, as well as for smaller, local businesses, homeowners, and ranchers. We offer our water well drilling services to the community of Kamloops. The very first settlers to the Kamloops region where the Interior Salish First Nation Tribe. In 1812 the Thompson River Fur Trading Post was established. After the fur trade came the gold miners, which led to the commencement of the first ranches to the area. Ranching is still a vital facet in the economy of Kamloops. It wasn't until the CPR arrived that the city of Kamloops really started to thrive. Today forestry, mining, retail, and agriculture anchor the economy of Kamloops.
Tags: Water Wells, Geothermal, Irrigation, Mining and Exploration, Commercial, Infrastructure, Pilings, Piezometer, Monitoring Wells, Geological Mapping.
Do you need a water well? Contact us now and we'll get right back to you. Enjoy the self-same excellent service, diligence, expertise, and quality which made JR Drilling the most trusted drilling company in The Kootenays.
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Central Okanagan (Kelowna)
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